Maiori is the village with the most beautiful and longest beach on the Amalfi Coast and is therefore a particularly popular seaside resort. The picturesque village at the end of Valle dei Tramonti lives mainly from tourism. A group of little white houses around a golden cathedral, a dignified tower, terraces of lemons and the scent of citrus fruits, this is Maiori. The small town combines the old with the new and modern. Art and relaxation are combined on a modern palm-lined promenade and in the elegant hotels with pools.
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Ships to Amalfi, Positano, Salerno and the island of Capri leave from the newly built port of Maiori. The ship connection between the coastal towns often saves the tedious journey over clogged roads.
When strolling along the beach promenade in the evening, you will meet well-dressed people and sit down to eat in one of the restaurants to indulge in the fresh fish dishes and wines of the region. After dinner, it is particularly romantic to have a cocktail in one of the bars under the lemon trees. The Bar Pineta in Corso Reginna is a meeting and communication point for the local young people. This is where you meet up or leave a message that your friend will find later. With a little luck, you can get a free table on summer evenings.
On Fridays there is a colorful market on Corso Reginna. In addition to local specialties (cheese, salami, ham, limoncello and the sweets made from lemons) the latest fashion and chic shoes are offered at bargain prices.